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    September 13, 2012
    12:00 - 12:30pm PDT  

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>> you are watching cbs 5 eyewitness news in high- definition. >> good afternoon everyone i michele griego >> i am frank mallicoat, hundreds of officers paid their final respects to chp officer
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who was killed in the line of duty. >> day under the life and a service of kenyon youngstrom. a large american flag hung over the procession. he was shot during a traffic stop last week. a state attorney general were among the dignitaries. ann mackovic has more from this emotional service. >> it is just wrapping up at the mission church in vaccaville as we speak. you can see from the cars on the street out in front how many people came here to this service. a lot of them were boston as well, an estimated 5000 people who came to honor the seven year veteran of the force. >> the freedoms that we all enjoyed as americans come with a cost. sometimes that cost is high. >> the 37 year-old officer kenyon youngstrom died last weekend and today he is laid to rest at a service in vaccaville. an estimated 5000 people, many
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fellow officers, came from all over the state for the service to remember the hero and friend. >> he had the ability to unite people especially with his humor. >> i know that you can hear me, ... i want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for always being there for me. >> he was shot in the head during a traffic stop on 680 in alamo. he was speaking to the driver of the jeep that his partner at all over for unobstructed license plate and when thathat driver se head. he was killed by the other officer and was taken off of life-support the other day and his organs were donated. he is survived by his wife, two sons, his daughters, parents, and five siblings. his name will be etched onto the chp memorial fountain in
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sacramento. we did also hear from his knees and his son at the ceremony and we'll have more on that coming up later on on cbs 5 news at 5:00 and 6:00, right now live in vaccaville, cbs 5. >> neil armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon, was remembered this morning in the nation's capital. the legendary astronauts crew mates attended the memorial service at the national cathedral. he died late last month from complications stemming from our treatments. the fbi has opened an investigation into the death of ambassador chris stevens and his three staff members in libya. meanwhile danielle nottingham shows us more anti-american protest are erupting in the middle east. >> protesters climbed the gates of the u.s. embassy in the capital of yemen. they burn tires and rocks, expressing outrage over an anti muslim film on youtube.
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officials say all americans are safe. secretary of state hillary clinton says the u.s. is closely watching the unfolding demonstrations. >> we certainly hope and expect that there will be steps taken to avoid violence. >> in iraq more unrest. demonstrators in baghdad torched an american flag and in cairo egypt, police used tear gas to hold back thousands of angry protesters. at the secretary of state hillary clinton said again today that there is no justification for violence. but also addressed the video. >> we absolutely reject its contents, and message. >> tuesday night, violence at the u.s. consulate in libya and left four americans dead, including ambassador chris stevens, u.s. officials are trying to sort out what, if any role the protest against the
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film may have played or whether a terrorist group with ties to al qaeda organized the attack. american investigators are already there, and now to two u.s. warships in the league marines are on their way to assist with security. danielle nottingham, cbs news, the state department. in other bay area headlines, the driver of a truck that hit and killed a pedestrian this weekend is now out of jail. the 53 year-old was released last night because no charges were ever filed. he may be arrested again after the investigation is finished. san jose city leaders are pushing to close a loophole in a local sales tax specifically for medical marijuana clubs. only half of the city's dispensaries are complying with the measure. marijuana club operators say that since marijuana sales are illegal under state law, they collect contributions which are not subject to the tax. the city of hercules being criticized after 2 state audits,
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roughly $50 million was spent in the last seven years, the state comptroller analyzed questionable redevelopment fund transactions between 2005 and 2010. the city manager, city attorney, finance director, and city council have all been replaced. >> m o park elementary school having to turn away students after a fire tore through campus building there. fire crews will remain at the beach was a cool front today and cate caugurian shows us now how administrators are dealing with the devastating blow. >> i am trying to keep myself strong but it is hard. because a lot has been lost. >> he says it all can be replaced but the damage is devastating. >> my job has always been to try and control my emotions. and to be strong, we have been through some challenging things before. this one is big. >> not just for the teachers but
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for the families of speech would as well. >> i feel sad. shocked, in many ways, that the school was burned. it is not born to be there for weeks. >> i feel sad. >> i am very sad. and surprised. i cannot believe this happened. i am very surprised and saddened. >> school leaders say they hope they can reopen next monday but with extensive damage they're not sure. the next challenge for the school is rebuilding, school leaders tell me they're funded purely by donations and now they're going to have to start again. firefighters say the challenge for them is completely getting this fire out. >> we will hit pockets and it will be very smoky and flames will show up because it is a stubborn fire, it is not going to go out until we tear it apart. >> firefighters say it was not under control until 7:00 a.m.,
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the chief said that crews faced several obstacles and eventually had to go into defensive mode. >> they had to force entry to get inside of the trailer, first through the gate because the gates of the complex were locked and then through the actual bars on the windows and through the metal doors themselves. it was very well secured and that slowed us down a little bit. >> firefighters brought in heavy equipment to pull down the walls and parts of the roof so that they could get into the heart of the fire. there were no injuries and they have no cause yet, because the building was so secure, at this point they don't suspect foul play. in menlo park, cate caugurian, cbs 5. >> still to come, a popular royal couple on tour in asia. a first for the duchess of cambridge, how the future queen faired with fans overseas. >> it is more than just teasing, class in session for thousands of students here in san fransisco, a painful lesson about bullion on the silver screen. >> and i am from the weather center, totally unused because
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if you look very carefully occasional you can see a bird's wing popping over the dublin weather camera there, if you can see that, you can see blue,,,,,,
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>> you are taking a live look right now at cairo egypt, you can see a huge protest going on there, a big crowd, a lot protesting, a lot of flags waving as you can see, and a lot of haunting. of course this is where a lot of unrest is right now, especially in light of what happened tuesday night when the u.s. ambassador to libya was killed, there has been a lot on rest
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here, and just as soon as today, there has been some unrest between the u.s. embassy, words flying back between the u.s. embassy in cairo and also the muslim brotherhood. i mean, it is surprising to hear that this is on twitter. but they are saying that some kind of staff has erupted on twitter in the wake of this assault on the mission by protesters in the egyptian capital. we will continue to keep an eye on this and bring you any details if anything gets out of hand. >> were you ever bullied? >> yes i was. i did some bullying as well. i think that for me when i look back at it, my own stature, the fact that you know, people just wanted to see what the reaction might be by calling names. kind of discriminatory names to see what reaction you get. at the same time i think it was natural to see who could find that was weaker than me. >> san francisco mayor ed lee
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spoke before the screening of a documentary " bully " explaining his own experience being bullied as a child and his reaction to control behavior. some 800 san fransisco middle school students showed up for the screening today, patrick is here with how this documentary showing students the ugly side of the torture. >> the film is hard to watch. being screened for severance and students at the war memorial opera house, one of the characters is a boy that was bullied and he later killed himself. >> 13 million kids are bullied every day, so this gives us a way to see that experience, and live it through the film. >> bullying is not exclusive to childhood, this video of a bus monitor being bullied by students went by role, over 1 million views on youtube shocking people around the world. the kids were punished and she received donations of over $700,000. she now plans to retire.
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>> you start by creating agreement. >> the film poses as many questions as answers, what you do to stop a bully? >> view escalate, you have to fight for yourself, you need to find legal representation. >> earlier this year, she said that keeping it to herself nearly destroyed her and telling someone, she was freed. >> you have heard the tells of people committing suicide, that is pretty much the result of keeping it inside of you, it will haunt you. >> reporting from san fransisco, cbs 5. >> magic, music, and the dream of a native american tribe, coming,,
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>> some surprising news from the federal reserve has stock prices surging on wall street today, some good news, take a look at the big board, up 200 points, the nasdaq and the s&p 500 are also firmly positive territory. so what sparked the sudden spike? this morning the federal reserve announced they will spend $40 billion to buy mortgage-backed securities. the fed chairman ben bernake says that strategy will be used as long as necessary. the central bank extended the plan to keep short-term interest rates near 0 until mid 2015. if you are buying a house than you love that.
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>> i went out for a walk today, i never get out. it was great. >> did you see this? c all of those-clouds? do know what we call that? we call it a dirty ridge. because dirty ridge of high pressure allows those high thin clouds to drift overhead. here is the live cbs 5 whether camera looking out towards the mt. diablo area, you just saw the scene looking out at the bay bridge, east bay 45 mi. inland, dublin, inspiration way looking out to mt. diablo, then black hawk area where currently is already soaring to 83 degrees, 10 degrees cooler than that in downtown san jose and will plan. san fransisco sporting 63 where the average high is 70, not too far off the mark. high clouds making their way over vaccaville and the occasional bird will fly by there, teasing me. they don't want to play with me but they were flying by. and we have the extended forecast for this last summer
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weekend 2012. futurecast, watch the clock, there is or friday morning basically fog free except for around the north bay coast and valleys. we should see another day of a slight offshore flow but the main influences on the inland areas as far as the warmer temperatures are concerned, high-pressure clearly in place right there, blowing the fog out over the open waters, monsoon western now drifting well into the direction of an easterly flow towards the state of texas. '50s and '60s, that the beaches, '70s and '80s around the peninsula jumping into the middle and high 80s across the santa clara valley including low ninety's morgan hill, meanwhile east of the bay, 96 degrees f outside #and as we head to the no. 84 in benicia, bested by sonoma at 86 and 60 was clear skies at stinson beach. tonight '40's and 50's, as far as your forecast is concerned, the next several days, above average temperatures through saturday, the more moderate on
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sunday through wednesday and that is your pinpoint forecast. >> he has been called a modern- day moorland, as sharon chip in reports, this jefferson award winner is a teacher that uses magic and language to keep his native american culture alive. >> ♪ >> the sings a song that his ancestors sank during the trail of tears when they're forced to relocate. now he is teaching a class for new americans that want to keep their culture alive. >> the same things that were told to them was told to me. " what you need that for? it will not help you ". he teaches a a weekly choctaw language class. when he started the course three years ago, he was inspired by his mother and a growing problem with many tribes. >> a lot of the elders were
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dying off and no one knew the language and the government was saying " you are not going to be federally recognized any more because you are technically not here ". >> although choctaw code talkers helped foil german eavesdroppers during the world wars, they did not pass on their language. this class helps this man reclaim his heritage. >> i lived overseas, in germany, and at one point i was studying albanian and it struck me that this is ridiculous, i do not even know my own language. >> the class starts with one of the most common phrases " hello, how are you ". >> he has learned and now teaches both written and spoken choctaw. before his class is cousin could only speak it. >> it means a lot to me to be able to read it now, i can get my bible out, and have it in
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chalk talk .. >> outside of class for he stages magic shows as part of a nonprofit he founded in 1994. the free shows benefit american and veterans groups. he uses magic to bring the choctaw stories to life. this one, about fire. >> the teaching is to listen to your elders because it was the grandmother spider that found out how to bring that fire back, so that way the choctaw people can benefit from the cooking and being able to seat. >> in the end he says he hopes he leaves this legacy behind. >> that i did something not for myself but for the tribe. >> so for his work keeping the choctaw language alive, the jefferson award in the bay area coast to him. >> if you are interested in the choctaw language class is you can contact him from his website, we have a link on,,,,,,
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>> so this is a wine and we wanted to bring the flavors of the military and. >> peppers conference, and
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potatoes, peeled and diced, we're ready to get started. >> some extra virgin olive oil, add the shrimp and at sea salt. a little bit of pep burst. and a little bit of garlic, jalapeno. >> the potatoes go in next. >> giving everything a nice sac state. and now you have garlic, chilies, seafood, the final flavor, >> the chef puts a healthy/of id on and seals in those flavors. >> a little bit of women to finish. >> the dish is ready to be played it. >> i am tony tantillo and this is tony's table. >> a royal toast by the duchess of cambridge in singapore has set off pregnancy rumors. during the trip she toasted with water instead of wine and prince william revealed that he wanted to have two children which caused some speculation of a pregnancy. palace officials will not comment. >> maybe she did not feel like
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one that day? during their stop in malaysia they visited a hospice where catherine gave her first public speech outside of the united kingdom. the topic was the importance of medical care for children. >> they got married in april, that is 16 months. >> stop it, i think that she was dehydrated from all that trouble. >> that is going to do it for the cbs 5 news at noon, have a great day everyone and we will see you
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